Paid Patterns

The Laivine Beanie

This pattern has the instructions for 9 sizes, starting from newborn to adult large size. The finished hat has some stretch but if you prefer a loose fit, simply use a larger hook.

Materials needed: 
• 3.5 mm (E) Hook for 0-6 months and 6-12 months sizes 
• 4.0 mm (G) Hook for 3-6 months, 9-12 months and child sizes 
• 4.5 mm (US7) Hook for toddler size 
• 5 mm (H) Hook for teen and small adult size 
• 5.5 mm (I) or 6 mm (J) Hook for medium to large adult size 
• Approximately 80-200 yards (40-90 grams) of worsted/aran 
weight yarn (I used Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran, which you can buy here) depending on the size chosen. 
• Yarn needle for weaving in ends 
• Scissors 

• Optional: Faux fur pompom

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/laivine-beanie


Washbag for Face Scrubbies

An easy to follow pattern with clear instructions to make a useful, small washbag for your face scrubbies to wash them safely in the washing machine. 
Size: one size to fit 5 face scrubbies in it easily. 
This pattern works best with 100% cotton DK yarn.
Get the suitable yarn here.

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/washbag-for-face-scrubbies


The Mathom Beanie

This is a quick to make project with a really nice textured look, using Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran. This yarn is my favourite as there’s a lot of shades to choose from and really soft to work with. You can buy it here.

Size is made to fit an average adult’s head.

The hat is made using different techniques, popcorn stitch, front post and back post stitches.

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/mathom-beanie


Sakura Small Laundry Bag

This small laundy bag is designed to match my other design, the Sakura Face Scrubbies.

You can put max. 10 scrubbies in it once to safely wash them in the washing machine.

This pattern is using single and double crochet stitches, front post stitches, V stitches and back loop stitches to create a beautiful, textured look.

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sakura-small-laundry-bag


Círiel Baby Cardigan

I designed this cardigan for my daugther who was born in December, 2018.

The pattern is suitable for advanced beginners and it’s using puff stitches and shells to create a nice, textured and delicate look. You can buy the yarn I used here.

The cardigan is available in 3 sizes: 0-3 months, 3-6 months and 6-12 months.

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/ciriel-baby-cardigan


Puffs and Hugs Baby Blanket

This simple, yet beautifully textured baby blanket can be the perfect baby shower gift. It is unisex, can be made with any colour desired.

The pattern is written in US terms only. It’s using puff stitches, front post stitches, back post stitches to create a nice, lovely, textured look. You can get the soft and squishy Paintbox Yarns Baby Dk I used to make this beautiful blanket here.

I designed this blanket for my cousin who’s going to have a baby soon but I made it a bit bigger so it can be used for longer.

The finished size of the blanket is approximately is: 103 cm x 75 cm (40.5” x 29.5”)

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/puffs-and-hugs-baby-blanket


Nestariel Baby Blanket

The Nestariel Baby Blanket is the perfect baby shower gift or a gorgeous heirloom blanket with its unique but modern appereance.

The pattern is using different stitches to create a beautiful, textured look.

Difficulty: Intermediate

This one PDF pattern file contains a written tutorial from page 1-18; and a photo tutorial from page 19-50 if you need help with some of the tricky rounds.

Gauge: 5 DC STS and 2.5 rows = 1”

US TERMS used throughout

To make this blanket you will need:

Stylecraft Special Dk (buy it here) in the following shades and quantities:

Fondant: 1 Skein

Apricot: 2 Skeins

Lemon: 1 Skein

Spring Green: 1 Skein

Aspen: 2 Skeins

Total: 7 Skeins = 700 grams

Total yardage: approx. 2254 yards / 2065 metres

I hope you will love this beautiful blanket as much as I do!

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/nestariel-baby-blanket


Amarië Beanie

This beautiful, delicate and fun pattern is using different stitches (puff stitches, stitching in the 3rd loop of hdc, stitching in the back loop only) to create a unique textured look.

You can get the suitable yarn here.

Difficulty: Intermediate

Size: This pattern has the instructions for 6 sizes, starting from 6-12 months size to adult size (the adult size has 3 different sizing options) for the beanie; and 3 sizing options (child, small adult and regular adult size) for the messy bun beanie.

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/amarie-beanie


Goldberry Beanie

This beautiful and fun pattern is using different stitches ( special puff stitches, stitching in the 3rd loop of hdc, stitching in the back loop only) to create a unique textured look.

For the special puff stitch there’s a photo tutorial to make sure, you are doing it right. 🙂

Difficulty: Intermediate
Size: This pattern has instructions for 4 sizes, starting from toddler size to adult size (the adult size has 2 different sizing options)

You will need approximately 109-174 yards / 100-160 metres (50-80 grams) of worsted/aran weight yarn (I used Big Twist Yarns Value), depending on the size chosen:
o Toddler: 50-55 grams
o Child: 55-60 grams
o Adult: 70-80 grams

The pattern is written in US terms.

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/goldberry-beanie


Amarië Infinity Cowl

If you loved my Amarië Beanie and my Amarië Earwarmer Pattern, here’s a new addition to the Amarië Pattern Family. :)If you loved my Amarië Beanie and my Amarië Earwarmer Pattern, here’s a new addition to the Amarië Pattern Family. 🙂

I designed this Infinity Cowl to match my Beanie and Earwarmer during these cold and frosty winter days. As I am always cold and I don’t like using scarves, this keeps my neck perfectly warm.

The pattern is using the same stitches as in my previous Amarië patterns to create a nice, matching, textured look.

It only has one size (60”/152 cm Around by 6.5”/16.5 cm Wide) but it can be easily adjusted to fit your taste.

Difficulty: Advaced beginner/Intermediate

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/amarie-infinity-cowl


Eleniel Beanie

This beautiful and fun pattern is mainly using the thistle stitch and some other stitches (stitching in the 3rd loop of hdc, stitching in the back loop only) to create a unique textured look.

Difficulty: Intermediate

Size:
This pattern has the instructions for 6 sizes, starting from 6-12 months size to adult size (the adult size has 3 different sizing options) for the beanie; and 3 sizing options (child, small adult and regular/medium adult size) for the messy bun beanie.

You will need approximately 86-150 yards (40-70 grams) of worsted/aran weight yarn (I used Stylecraft Special Aran), depending on the size chosen:

o 6-12 months: 40-45 grams
o Toddler: 45-50 grams
o Child: 50-55 grams
o Adult: 55-70 grams

US terms used throughout

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/eleniel-beanie


Bumps Upon Bumps Beanie

This super easy but beautifully textured beanie is so much fun to make!

It works up really fast and it’s only using a few different stitches (treble crochet, single crochet, stitching in the 3rd loop of hdc, stitching in the back loop only) to create a unique textured look.

Difficulty: Easy

Size:
This pattern has the instructions for 5 sizes:
6-12 months old, toddler, child, teen/small adult and medium/large adult

You will need approximately 96-190 yards / 88-176 metres (45-90 grams) of worsted/aran weight yarn (I used Stylecraft Special Aran), depending on the size chosen:

o 6-12 months: 45-50 grams
o Toddler: 50-55 grams
o Child: 55-60 grams
o Adult: 60-90 grams

US terms used throughout

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/bumps-upon-bumps-beanie


Elerrína Blanket

I proudly introduce you the Elerrína Blanket, which is an amazingly textured heirloom piece.

This beautiful and unique blanket can be the perfect one for you, if you love to use different stitches and techniques throughout a pattern.

The name Elerrína means ‘Crowned with Stars’ in elvish, which refers to the starting star shape in the center.

This one PDF file contains a written tutorial and a fully detailed photo tutorial (starting from page 32) with close up photos, tips, tricks and notes.

Difficulty: Intermediate / Advanced

Size: approx. 60” x 60” (152,5 cm x 152,5 cm)

US terms used throughout

Yarn used:

Stylecraft Batik DK in the following shades and quantities:
Coral: 5 Skeins (Color 1)
Cream: 7 Skeins (Color 2)
Pistachio: 5 Skeins (Color 3)
Old Gold: 5 Skeins (Color 4)
Heather: 5 Skeins (Color 5)
Mint: 5 Skeins (Color 6)

Total: 32 Skeins = 1600 grams
Total yardage: approx. 4832 yards / 4416 meters

I hope you will love this beautiful blanket as much as I do!

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/elerrina-blanket


Erulissë Shawl

This beautifully textured shawl is very close to my heart as I designed it for my husband’s aunt as a thank you gift who’s been helping me a lot recently.

I named the shawl after her- Erulissë – which means Anna in elvish.

The pattern itself is using different stitches (front post stitches, puff stitches and some basic ones) to create a nicely textured look.

Difficulty: Intermediate / Advanced

US terms used throughout

To make this shawl, you’ll need:
1 Scheepjes Whirl and 1 matching Whirlette or approximately 1500 meters of fingering yarn
IMPORTANT NOTE:** if you crochet loosely, I suggest you buy another whirlette to make sure you have enough to finish the shawl!*

I hope you’ll love it as much as I loved creating it!

You can get the pattern and add it to your Ravelry queue and favourites if you click the link below:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/erulisse-shawl